bot***r@sp***g.me[ ? ] says...
> In article <5a6***8@po***.com[ ? ]>,
> gui***0@ya***.com[ ? ] says...
> > > There was some discussion a while back over the films on the
> > > www.netvideogirls.com site and some other, and one of the questions which
> > > came up was whether they were staged or not.
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Here, below, is a repost of what I wrote regarding NetVideo girls a
while back. I haven't looked at the site since then, but my observations
are probably just as applicable now as they were then (though they may
have edited out or reshot the "give aways" I mention):
I took a look at a few of the Mpegs--I even
downloaded some of the big, high resolution video clips, and it
was interesting to see what it was all about. However, my
impression of the videos is that they are not entirely genuine.
The web site says the women are not "prepped" beforehand, but
after carefully watching some of the videos, I am convinced the
women are thoroughly prepped in advance so they know they will
be doing a sex scene.
I don't believe the women are operating off a script as Guiness
suggested, but I suspect the guy picks the women up in a strip
club rather than a mall, and I'm convinced the women know
beforehand that they are going to be doing a sex scene on film.
I think it's also likely that the women know that they will get
paid well for playing along, probably getting an extra bonus if
their video ends up being downloaded by a lot of customers.
My conclusion is based on watching the videos carefully for
subtle clues that tell the real story.
For example, one subtle give-away occurs whenever the guy asks
the woman if she has ever done modeling before.
The women say "uh, no!!!" sounding almost as though they were
denying an accusation.
If a woman is being hired to model for a calendar and she has no
experience at it, she would answer "no" either neutrally or
apologetically, like "sorry, but no I haven't done any modeling,
I hope that's okay".
Instead, these women say "no" as if it was a bad thing for them
to have previous experience at modelling. (Sure, the guy could
have told them earlier that he is looking for someone with no
experience, but...during the interview he actually says he is
disappointed because he was hoping she had experience, so that
leaves no good explanation for the way she says "no".)
Anyway, this makes it obvious to me that the guy prepped them
beforehand, telling them to answer "no" to that question to help
him create the impression that the women don't have prior
There are many subtle clues of that sort throughout the videos.
Another give away is when the women appear surprised by
something the guy does. It is obvious that they are trying to
act surprised rather than being genuinely surprised. (As actors
they are not expert enough to fake the appearance of being
It is conceivable that the guy didn't prep the women he used to
make the "rejection videos", but I didn't look at those videos
so I'm not sure about those.
For better or worse, there really is a whole category of porn
carefully crafted to appeal to people who are turned off by the
artificiality of common porn, but who respond to something that
seems more real and "home made".
Even when these "home made" operations genuinely start out as
amateur ventures, they are usually bought up by major porn
companies who quickly bring in professionals to ensure more
explicit stuff per minute of footage, while at the same time
they attempt to keep the appearance of it being amateur or "home
My point is that since the videos are, IMHO, using women who
knew they were going to be doing a sex scene, it is questionable
if the guy's dialogue during the "interview" contains any "lessons" of
value regarding how to pickup or seduct women--he is merely guiding a
woman as they improvise and play out a loosely agreed upon sex scene.
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